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February 02, 2021

Streams in the Desert - Part 1

Well, often our hearts are fickle. Growing cold very quickly … even when it comes to the things of God.  And today on Bold Steps, Pastor Mark Jobe will be talking about the need to come back to a heart of worship. He says that our heart temperature tends to lower itself to the temperature of those who surround us … A heart that is on fire for God is one that will always worship God PASSIONATELY! But when you’re at work with all the politics of the environment and dynamics, you can lose the fire for God.  And it’s not just people around us that can cause our heart fires to dim.  It can happen because of our own sinful nature, jealousy, pride, lack of integrity, too. Our message today deals with learning to keep your heart fires burning … in order to awaken a spiritual renewal in the midst of spiritual deserts.


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Dr. Mark Jobe

Mark Jobe serves as president of Moody Bible Institute and host of Moody Radio's Bold Steps. He is the author of Unstuck: Out of Your Cave into Your Call (Moody Publishers). He is also the founding pastor of New Life Community Church, a Chicago-based ministry with 27 locations throughout Chicago. Mark earned a diploma from Moody in 1984, a master’s degree from Moody Theological Seminary, and a doctorate in transformational leadership from Bakke Graduate University. He and his wife, Dee, have three adult children.

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe

Bold Steps with Dr. Mark Jobe takes you on the path to freedom and authenticity in Christ. With candid, topical teaching from God’s Word, Dr. Jobe offers simple gospel messages with the power to transform your life.